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hide window + start bar

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i wanna hide a window but i, i tryed @sw_hide that works but down on the start bar must disapier 2, tray icon is fine

thx for helping adv

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From the posts I've read of yours, probably a good thing you can't hide a window. But, to answer the question a bit... @SW_HIDE if it works, would hide it from the taskbar (I don't understand start bar, so I'm assuming you mean taskbar).


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you know the programme EVEREST Ultimate Edition i wanna use the heat C from cpu and gpu 2 watch during gaming, and with startup but i dont whanna have the taskbar

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Are you trying to hide the ENTIRE TaskBar? If so, I just did that (kind of freaked me out a bit it was so easy), but I don't think the Moderators would want me to post that code.


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noooooooooooooooo not the hole taskbar:p i runned te programme and the window comes so i use winset state to hide, the screen is gone but down on the taskbar there is still the programme i wanna hide that 2

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I could have sworn someone made a UDF for this, I looked a bit but didn't find it. Personally, I would do a RunWait() / WinWait() / WinSetState() if I'm understanding you correctly, I don't understand if you did it this way, why it would only hide the window and not the taskbar... But if this is for your own PC, what does it matter? If you just don't want the window to show up at all: Run("Notepad.exe", "", @SW_HIDE).

Unless.... you are talking about the System Tray Icon :P


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Create your GUI using $WS_EX_TOOLwindow. You won't have a taskbar window but you'll still have the tray icon.

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Create your GUI using $WS_EX_TOOLwindow. You won't have a taskbar window but you'll still have the tray icon.

He's talking about a 3rd party application...


[center]Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.[/center]

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Sounds like a Delphi application. Just call WinSetState() again with the text that appears on the taskbar.

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This is a typical, harmless request to do with the stupid way Delphi applications operate. There's no need to despair in this instance.

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